Gladys Klemic

Physicist National Urban Security Technology Laboratory Science & Technology Directorate U.S. Department of Homeland Security


Digital Day 2

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020

15:30 Developing, Evaluating and Transitioning Homeland Security Technologies into Field Use for Law Enforcement, Fire and other Emergency Response Agencies

New technologies are developed every day to enhance responder performance and safety for use across DHS’ far-reach. Ensuring their durability and performance is the main goal of the National Urban Security Technology Lab.


NUSTL brings together the interests and initiatives of the Homeland Security Enterprise with the first responder community. The laboratory’s mission activities in test and evaluation (T&E) and research and development (R&D) help first responders prepare, protect and respond to homeland security threats.

  • Evaluation and transition priorities
  • DHS NUSTL technology needs to facilitate next-generation response to threats / incidents
  • First responder technologies of interest and areas of use over the next 6-12 months

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